Fast-fashion fatigue bodes well for Gap, J.Crew

11/8/2012 | Bloomberg Businessweek

After years of clamoring for fast-fashion at rock-bottom prices, younger consumers are growing more willing to pay a little bit more for better-made basics that will last longer, a positive trend for chains including Gap, J.Crew and Uniqlo, industry experts say. "There’s a great opportunity now for quality basics that are very, very well-priced," said trend forecaster David Wolfe.

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